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Named page setups

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    Posted: 05.Jun.2018 at 04:00
I have named page setups created for all of my title blocks. These are saved within each dwt title block sheet. I use the ISO metric system and therefore have named setups for all my pdf plots. i.e. A4 landscape, A4 Portrait, A3 Landscape, etc.
When I need to print to pdf I only need to select the named pdf page setup and hit the print button. Since I upgraded to AutoCAD 2019 these named setups do not appear anymore. The necessary print setup is filled out but the name of the setup only appears as "none." Can anyone explain why the name does not appear anymore? If I run "pagesetup" and modify the info then it appears as it should but I don't want to have to do this every time.

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